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AS activities resume under the recovery movement control order (MCO), vandalism is rearing its ugly head in the city once again.
JOHOR BARU: Plans are afoot to equip Neighbourhood Voluntary Patrol Schemes (SRS) in Johor with drones to enhance safety.
CONTRACTORS involved in digging roads to lay pipes and other bigger projects in Klang have been reminded to ensure a safe work environment.
THE serious infrastructural damage to the Long Lama government clinic in Ulu Baram district in northern Sarawak has surprised many, including politicians.
MOST people know that plastic, old clothes, food waste and even used cooking oil can be recycled.
WHILE the Covid-19 pandemic has had a socio-economic impact on the world, it certainly has accelerated digitalisation — changing the way we live, work and communicate.
JOHOR BARU: Johor Fire and Rescue Department has warned the public not to carry out open burning activities, even now during the rainy weather.
KUANTAN: The Pahang government will not budge from implementing the new leasing scheme in Cameron Highlands, due to the pressing need to resolve issues that have been plaguing the area.
THE installation of 36,000 Penang Smart Parking (PSP) sensors in the state which was supposed to be completed in August has now been postponed to early next year.